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Helena Guardans i Cambó Michael Raum
“Leading a company with empowered people “We have been convincing our clients with
guarantees performances fully consistent with quality, efficiency and transparency for
company objectives and values”. more than 28 years”.

CEO SELLBYTEL Group is one of the world’s leading international Founder,

SELLBYTEL Group outsourcing experts. Barcelona is home to SELLBYTEL Spain’s CEO & Chairman
Spain headquarters, where it provides a successful customer management SELLBYTEL Group
in 28 languages. We offer a diversity of solutions for clients in the
Managing Director fields of sales, service, support, human resources, training, healthcare Member of the board
SELLBYTEL Group and back office. BBDO Worldwide
Michael Raum founded SELLBYTEL Group in Nuremberg, Germany
in 1988 and soon after the company became part of the BBDO
group, one of the largest advertising and communications networks
worldwide. In 2001, SELLBYTEL was established in Barcelona with
Helena Guardans i Cambó as CEO of the Group in Spain. Barcelona’s
hub has now expanded to become the largest international location.
SELLBYTEL Group is a global player:
62 locations around the world.
62 Locations 8.500 Employees
Headquarters in Nuremberg and present in five continents
with five more hubs, 26 locations and 31 local offices.

Spain offices:
Barcelona, Valencia, Mallorca, Málaga and Madrid.




The City

“Best beach city

in the world ”

“7th Most attractive city in the

world for working abroad”

SELLBYTEL’s strategic location makes

it ideal to get to any part of the city on
foot, cycling or by public transport.

Metro station: Glòries

Tram station: Ca l’Aranyó
Bicing stations: nº 42, 286, 342
Place to Work

Help you get your legal

Relocation Support

Your recruiter will help you with all your questions and We will make the appointment for you and arrange for
doubts on moving to Spain. SELLBYTEL will also offer you you to get your NIE and Social Security number in 1 day
a relocation package to help with your initial expenses so you are ready to work in Spain.
as well as discounts on local hotels and hostels.
Place to Work

Internal Trainings

If you are eager to learn, we are eager to teach! All our employees go
MANAGEMENT CIR through an extensive initial training plan, tailored for every project. We
LA also offer on going training to develop new skills or enforce already
existing ones. Conflict management, time management, communication

and technical skills are some of the more than 65 trainings that our

Quality and Training department provides.

Internal Promotions

ADVISOR PRODUCT 80% of promotions to 2nd level positions are internal within in the
company. You will always have priority in internal selection processes
as an employee.

Want a chance to earn even more money? Refer your friends!

Employees that refer their friends to work for certain markets
are eligible for a referral bonus.

More than 28 different languages

Arabic - Bulgarian - Catalan - Chinese - Czech - Danish

English - Finnish - Flemish - French - German - Hebrew
Hungarian - Italian - Japanese - Korean - Lithuanian
Norwegian - Polish - Portuguese - Romanian - Russian
Serbian - Slovak - Swedish - Turkish - Ukranian

As a SELLBYTEL employee you can

benefit from exclusive discounts
in a variety of sectors!

Medical Insurance
Gym & Fitness AFTERWORK
Language Academy Activities & Events
And many more... Ski Weekend
Sports Events
Charity Events
Yoga Class
Languages Exchanges
And many more...
in Barcelona

Rent a Room
300-500€ / Room in a shared flat
600-900€ / 2-3 Room-flat

Food & Drinks Sports & Leisure Monthly Expenses Public Transport
/ / / /
Tapas.....................................1-5€ Cinema Ticket............................8€ Water.....................................................25€ 10 Journey Travel Card........ 9,95€
Restaurant Menu............9-12€ Theatre Ticket..................10-40€ Gas.........................................................37€ 50 Journey Travel Card......42,50€
Big Mac Menu........................6€ Night Club Ticket.............10-20€ Electricity............................................50€ Monthly pass...........................52,75€
1 Coffee..............................1,20€ Fitness Club......................35-60€ Internet (10 MB) around...............30€ Bicing Annual Service...........47,15€
1 Soft Drink......................1,50€ Mobile contract deals from..........20€
1 Beer.......................1,50-2,50€ Food Expenses......................100-150€
1 Cocktail..........................4-10€
The Neighbourhoods of Barcelona

Barcelona is divided into ten districts. These districts are Ciutat Vella, Eixample, Gracia, Horta-Guinardo, Les Corts, Nou Barris, Sant Andreu, Sant Marti, Sants-Montjuic
and Sarria-Sant Gervasi. These districts are subdivided into neighbourhoods. The following is a brief overview of the most popular neighbourhoods of Barcelona.

The Eixample neighbourhood is the largest in Barcelona. It stretches from Plaça

Espanya to Plaça de les Glories Catalanes and from Ciutat Vella to Gràcia. The
whole area is set out in a grid, with each block having an inner courtyard. Its grid
design is a masterpiece of 19th-century Catalan urban planner Ildefons Cerda.
It contains the largest concentration of modernist architecture in Europe and it is
also the economic and commercial hub of Barcelona and a high-class residential
neighbourhood. Passeig de Gràcia, is at the heart of the Eixample, and divides it
into two: Left Eixample (Eixample Esquerra) and Right Eixample (Eixample Dreta).
Also on this boulevard are two of Antoni Gaudí’s most iconic buildings: Casa Batlló
and Casa Milà.

Barri Gòtic / El Born Eixample

Ciutat Vella, meaning Old City, is the historic centre of Barcelona. El Born and the
Barri Gòtic or Gothic Quarter stand out as the most interesting neighbourhoods.
The Gothic Quarter holds the remnants of Barcelona’s Roman past. Its main
attractions are the Barcelona Cathedral, Plaça Sant Jaume, the government
buildings, its nightlife in Plaça Reial, and the shops in the Portal de l’Àngel. The
area also features two of the best food markets of the city, Boqueria and Santa
Caterina. Nearby is La Rambla, at the top of which is Plaça Catalunya.
El Born, once a medieval trading venue, is now one of the most
fashionable areas of Barcelona. It is known for its vibrant
nightlife and excellent shopping. It is also home to the famous
Santa Maria del Mar Cathedral and the Picasso Museum. Parc
de Ciutadella and the Barcelona Zoo are also nearby.
This newly developed area by the sea is part of the
construction boom of the previous decade and of
Vila Olímpica a strategic regeneration of the city’s seafront. The Gràcia
wide streets and avenues are lined with numerous
high-rise, condominium-style apartment buildings,
as well as lower walk-up complexes with community
areas and swimming pools. Diagonal Mar has a large
shopping centre and several 4-star hotels.

Gràcia is just off the upper end of Passeig de Gràcia,

This was the site of the Olympic Village of the 1992 but when entering one feels like leaving Barcelona
Games held in Barcelona and it’s very close the Port and going into a whole different world. Gràcia was
Olímpic and beaches. After the Olympics, the area’s in fact an independent village that was absorbed
buildings were transformed into apartments, and the by Barcelona in 1897. It is home to sidewalk cafes
whole area was renovated to accommodate gardens, and bistros, low-key nightspots, alternative theatres
terraces and community areas. New buildings were and quirky shops that draw a youthful clientele.
constructed in the surrounding areas along Avinguda Diagonal Mar Yet behind its trendy, bohemian character lies a
d’Icària and Carrer de la Marina. traditional neighbourhood of proud, elderly locals.

Sant Gervasi, at the foot of Tibidabo hill, is another Poblenou was a traditional industrial area of
quiet, upmarket residential area. It has a distinguished Barcelona that is now rapidly being transformed
history, being the site of the Bellesguard, built by through the 22@ project into the new Barcelona’s
King Martin I at the beginning of the 15th century technological and innovation district. Its closeness
and completely refurbished by Antoni Gaudí in the to the beach makes it attractive for new housing
early 20th century. complexes.
The Rambla del Poblenou adds a unique, local charac-
ter to this neighbourhood, retaining a village appeal
Pedralbes with a great selection of shops, markets, bars and
Sant Gervasi restaurants.

Pedralbes is a quiet, exclusive residential area with

luxury buildings and wide green spaces. Some
developments have private gardens and swimming
pools. This neighbourhood also houses many of the
city’s international and private schools and the ESADE
and IESE business schools
Metropolitan Area: Surrounding towns and cities

Sant Just Desvern / Esplugues de Llobregat Sant Cugat is a town in the Vallès Occidental area,
just 12 kilometres away from Barcelona by car.
Sant Just Desvern and Esplugues de Llobregat
Its strategic location and excellent transport links
are municipalities in the Baix Llobregat region of
to the city allows many of its residents to live
the Barcelona metropolitan area. They are located
in Sant Cugat and work in Barcelona. Although it
just 15 minutes by car to the city centre. Sant
has grown in size and population, Sant Cugat has
Just and Esplugues are quiet residential areas
managed to preserve the essence of a quiet town,
with vast green spaces and great views of the
and its residents enjoy a high quality of life.
sea and the city of Barcelona.
Other residential areas include Valldoreix & Mirasol,
Castelldefels / Gavà / Sitges which were originally summer vacation destinations
The history of Castelldefels can be traced back to El Maresme of Barcelona residents. Other municipalities in Vallès
Occidental also offer attractive housing options.
the year 911. Its castle was built in the Middle Ages,
Bellaterra, in the municipality of Cerdanyola del
as well as the towers of the original city wall, which
El Maresme is a county (comarca) located along Vallès, is home to the campus of the Universitat
can be found today in the city centre. Castelldefels
the coast, between the Mediterranean Sea and Autonoma de Barcelona.
is 20 minutes away from the city centre and 10
minutes from the airport and it is attractive to Catalonia’s coastal hills and bordering Vallès Oriental
people who like living near the sea. to the west. It has over 400,000 residents, 100,000
of which live in the capital and largest city, Mataró. Sant Cugat / Vallès Occidental
The town of Gavà boasts four kilometres of coastline El Maresme is well connected to Barcelona by the
frequented by beach lovers and the mountains old Royal Way (Camí Ral), now the N-II main road,
of Garraf Natural Park. It is one of the biggest and by the Barcelona-Mataró railway, which was
municipalities in the Baix Llobregat area. It is located the first ever on the Iberian Peninsula when it was
15 kilometres from Barcelona and 10 kilometres finished in 1848.
from the airport, and can be reached by bus, train
and car. El Maresme features long sandy beaches and
beautiful hills. Its main sources of income are its
Sitges, a city about 35 km south-west of Barcelona, vineyards, its textile and fishing industries, and
is a very popular tourist destination. It is known tourism. Its tourist spots and residential areas are
worldwide for its beaches, nightspots and historical well equipped with hotels, restaurants, camping and
sites, as well as its annual Film Festival and Carnival. leisure areas and sports facilities.
Do you want to work with us?
Phone +34 934 005 000
Av. Diagonal 197, 08018,
Barcelona, Spain.

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